Available Originals

This list displays my original watercolors that are available for purchase. Click a letter to jump to a list of titles starting with that letter. Click on the title or image to see more information, or click on an available product to see purchase options.

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When this building was new it was the site of the Hallettsville city hall and fire station. The building was built by Ball Construction Company of Brenham. The building was dedicated on July 9, 1926.

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This is a scene on the Hiking Trail at Hamilton Pool Preserve at Dripping Springs, West of Austin. I did a little rearranging for composition and added the Great Blue Heron. This is one of many canyons in the Hill Country that are loaded with Bald Cypress Trees.

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This is the Bay side of South Padre Island at low tide and is a scene that I've been wanting to paint for some time but the composition just hadn't formed in my mind until I was looking thru some photographs from a fishing trip in the Laguna Madre and remembering heading back into Port at dusk and this is the result!

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This is a scene from one of our barns that has the skulls of four of our Longhorn steers hanging from the support posts. The symmetry of the post Skull and roof caught my eye and I immediately imagined a Texas Flag painted on the Skull!

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Buzzards are very social creatures and from my observations, seem to really enjoy their lives. They are extremely graceful creatures in flight and God has given them many gifts including a very long disease free life. They are only birds with a sense of smell and have a very important role in the balance of nature.

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This was painted from memory of several drives thru the Texas Hill Country and from my Boy Scout Days on Bull Creek at Camp Tom Wooten which was way out in the country at the time. All of that scenery is now developed and part of ever expanding Austin.

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These Longhorns lived their lives on our ranch and have all since passed away. I was browsing some old photographs and was compelled to paint this scene. The Longhorn on the left was named Fajita, the center Longhorn was named Taco and the one on the right was named Enchilada.

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House Park Barbecue is Austin's oldest, having been in business since 1943. They are located at 900 W. 12th Street. I ate there when I attended Austin High School (Class of 1961) which is just 2 blocks away! House Park is the name of Old Austin High's Stadium.

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This was inspired on the same rare snowy day as my previous painting "Red, White, Blue and Green" and the barn shown is the same one with the Texas Flag on the side, except from the opposite side. Our cattle use this barn for shelter whenever there is a storm of any kind.

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The Hyde Park Fire Station is located at 4301 Speedway in Austin's Hyde Park Neighborhood and was built in 1929. A threat to close this Station was met with a strong protest and lead to the formation of the Hyde Park Neighborhood Association which became a leader in the Historic Preservation movement in Austin. We raised our children in Hyde Park so I just had to include this Station in my Fire Station Calendar!

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